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Vintage Railroad Postcards: The Pennsylvania Railroad's Landmark Station.  Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal Station, 1906-1910, New York City; McKim, Mead, and White.  Corinthian and ionic orders, barrel vaulted and coffered celings are some of the classical elements that conform the interior of this rail road station.  Industrial Revolution.

Vintage Railroad Postcards: The Pennsylvania Railroad's Landmark Station. Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal Station, 1906-1910, New York City; McKim, Mead, and White. Corinthian and ionic orders, barrel vaulted and coffered celings are some of the classical elements that conform the interior of this rail road station. Industrial Revolution.

When Mr. H.P. Lovecraft stepped down onto the platform of the Pennsylvania Station, on his first ever visit to New York in April 1922, he was surrounded by the neo-gothic imagination in the very ar…

The old Pennsylvania Station, New York City

When Mr. H.P. Lovecraft stepped down onto the platform of the Pennsylvania Station, on his first ever visit to New York in April 1922, he was surrounded by the neo-gothic imagination in the very ar…

Pennsylvania Station, as photographed by Berenice Abbott in the 1930s

Pennsylvania Station, as photographed by Berenice... - route22ny

Pennsylvania Station, as photographed by Berenice Abbott in the 1930s

sandman-kk:  Magnitogorsk. Blast furnace at Metallurgical Industrial Complex. Photo by Margaret Bourke-White, 1931.

sandman-kk: Magnitogorsk. Blast furnace at Metallurgical Industrial Complex. Photo by Margaret Bourke-White, 1931.

PHOTOS: On This Day in Transportation History, New York's Penn Station Opened - WNYC

PHOTOS: On This Day in Transportation History, New York's Penn Station Opened - WNYC

PennStation_Historic_American_Buildings_Survey_Cervin_Robinson_Main_Waiting_Room.jpg (640×463)

PennStation_Historic_American_Buildings_Survey_Cervin_Robinson_Main_Waiting_Room.jpg (640×463)

Walker Evans Penn Station 1963 Portraits of a Doomed American

Penn Station, 1963: Walker Evans' Portraits of a Doomed American Treasure

Construction of Pennsylvania Station, New York.  Photograph by August Patzig, ca. 1910.  McKim, Mead and White Architectural Record Collection.  NYHS Image #69863.

Construction of Pennsylvania Station, New York. Photograph by August Patzig, ca. 1910. McKim, Mead and White Architectural Record Collection. NYHS Image #69863.

This photo was taken in 1910 right after the station opened its doors to the public. The granite on the outside was a clean white much like the New York Public is today after the refurbishing of its facade. Over the course of 50 years, the granite exterior would turn almost completely black because of soot and vehicular exhaust. via Library of Congress American Memory Collection

This photo was taken in 1910 right after the station opened its doors to the public. The granite on the outside was a clean white much like the New York Public is today after the refurbishing of its facade. Over the course of 50 years, the granite exterior would turn almost completely black because of soot and vehicular exhaust. via Library of Congress American Memory Collection

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